Careers

panel2OsPicWe have some exciting opportunities for new members to join our staff team! Could one of the roles be right for you?

Youth and Schools Project Manager

Are you are born youth worker with project management skills to boot?

We need someone like you to join our newly forming Youth and Schools team.

Key duties include:

  • Project Management of our holiday club for 8 – 12 year olds
  • Running young leaders groups across High Schools.
  • Oversee the delivery of free shoes, coats and learning resources to children and young people in need.
  • Build relationships with key staff across our partner schools.
  • Support the work of our training centre.

Download the full Job Description.

Salary:                         £25,000 – £28,000 pro rata per annum.

Position:                      Full time or 0.8 F.T.E.

CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: 4th JANUARY 2021

Administration Manager

Are you systematic and efficient with an eye for detail?

We need someone like you to join our office team to perform the day to day administration of the charity.

Key duties include:

  • Financial administration including all bookkeeping.
  • Implementing processes that make our work more efficient.
  • Managing our contact database.
  • Keeping staff records up to date.
  • Providing all administration functions for safe recruitment of new team.
  • Sending regular mail outs.
  • Fulfilling the role of GDPR officer.
  • Overseeing the charities general enquires.

Download the full Job Description.

Salary:                         £21,000 – £24,000 pro rata per annum.

Position:                      0.6 F.T.E (24 hours per week)

CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: 4th JANUARY 2021

To apply for any of these roles please download and complete our Staff Application Form and Recruitment Form and email to jane.malcolm@leveltrust.org by the closing date.

We also have some fantastic volunteering opportunities available!

You can download and read an overview of our work here.

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